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    Deleting Sub Directories

    If you put a "hidden" file into the folder you want to keep, retrospect will try to delete the folder but won't be able to because of the file. I'll show you tomorrow!
  2. I would appreciate any help anyone could provide: I run Retrospect on my Mac, backing up client Macs to an NT network. I use the "Duplicate" feature and the clients have the same top level folder structure as the network. When I log in from my Mac my NT Profile does not allow me to delete or create at the top level folder structure on the network. When I run my Retrospect script, attaching to the network using my NT Profile, the script deletes the top level folder on the network. Because I cannot create my script fails. Why can Retrospect delete when it logs in as me (and why does it even have to???) if I can't? Thanks
  3. I would appreciate any help anyone could provide: I run Retrospect on my Mac, backing up client Macs to an NT network. I use the "Duplicate" feature and the clients have the same top level folder structure as the network. When I log in from my Mac my NT Profile does not allow me to delete or create at the top level folder structure on the network. When I run my Retrospect script, attaching to the network using my NT Profile, the script deletes the top level folder on the network. Because I cannot create my script fails. Why can Retrospect delete when it logs in as me (and why does it even have to???) if I can't? Thanks
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